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This is on the Prom where the old Four Seasons was, next to the Candy Store and Promenade Shirts.

 

We’ve been on consecutive Saturdays and I also recommended it to a work friend who went on the Saturday and liked the food so much he got a takeaway on the Tuesday.

 

The food is Thai and exceptionally tasty. The service on both occasions has been very friendly and helpful.

 

Would highly recommend it.

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Food was lovely but service was a bit chaotic. Looked no more than teething troubles, to be fair.

 

Still can't work out why you'd name a Thai Restaurant after the capital of the Philippines ???? Totally bizarre. Like naming an Indian "The New Hong Kong"

 

Deffo advise a visit though ...

 

Yoda ...

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Food was lovely but service was a bit chaotic. Looked no more than teething troubles, to be fair.

 

Still can't work out why you'd name a Thai Restaurant after the capital of the Philippines ???? Totally bizarre. Like naming an Indian "The New Hong Kong"

 

Deffo advise a visit though ...

 

Yoda ...

 

One half of the couple who run it is Filipino.

I must try it too, as I know a lot of effort has gone into it.

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Remember the "Indian" on the North Quay called Milan?

Never knew way.

 

Maybe they got there meat from the vets :o

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Why is it called The New Manila when it is Thai?

 

 

Food was lovely but service was a bit chaotic. Looked no more than teething troubles, to be fair.

 

Still can't work out why you'd name a Thai Restaurant after the capital of the Philippines ???? Totally bizarre. Like naming an Indian "The New Hong Kong"

 

Deffo advise a visit though ...

 

Yoda ...

 

The restaurant is named the New Manila because as said previously one of the owners is Filipino.

 

Unfortunately the work permit for our chef who specialises in Filipino/Japanese/Malaysian/Vietnamese cuisine was turned down. He was to work in tandem with our Thai chefs & we are hoping to bring him over in the new year.

 

 

Sorry to hear about the service starwash but we are trying to make our service more efficient each week. Was it the Asian guy as I have sacked him? Ha

 

 

http://www.acaciaboutique.co.uk/restaurant.html

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Acacia-Boutique-Hotel/133913743346632

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I wasn't being overly critical, to be honest. As I said, the food was great. As my wife is Thai, I know a good Thai dish when I taste one.

 

I think it was the Asian chap, actually.

 

Anyway, as I stated before, good luck. I, for one, will go back ...

 

Yoda ...

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